About the Theatre
The Boulton Center for the Performing Arts is a historic theater located in Bay Shore, New York. It was originally constructed in 1903 as the Regent Theater, serving as a venue for silent films and live entertainment. Over the years, the theater underwent various renovations and changes in ownership.
Today, the Boulton Center is a thriving cultural hub, hosting a wide range of performances, including live music, comedy, and theatrical productions. It continues to play a vital role in the local arts scene, providing a platform for both established and emerging artists to showcase their talents to the community.